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The collection of interactive simulations covers a wide range of general chemistry topics, with each simulation addressing key concepts and enable students to practice and teachers to demostrate these topics.Chapter 2 Periodic Table Coulomb's Law Names and Formulas of Ionic CompoundsChapter 3 Compounds, Molecules, and Moles...
The collection of interactive simulations covers a wide range of general chemistry topics, with each simulation addressing key concepts and enable students to practice and teachers to demostrate these topics.
Chapter 2 Periodic Table Coulomb's Law Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds
Chapter 3 Compounds, Molecules, and Moles Limiting Reactants
Chapter 4 Acid Ionization Solubility of Ionic Compounds The pH Scale Titrations
Chapter 5 Calorimetry Measuring Heats of Reaction Heat Transfer Between Substances Hess's Law Specific Heat Capacity
Chapter 6 Atomic Absorbtion and Emission Planck's Equation
Chapter 7 Atomic Electron Configurations Electron Configurations of Ions Atomic Orbital Energies Effective Nuclear Charge, Z* Electron Configurations 1 Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic Atoms Sizes of Atoms and Ions
Chapter 8 Bond Energy and Delta H of Reaction Determining Electron Pair Geometry Determining Molecular Polarity Determining Molecular Shapes 1 Determining Molecular Shapes 2 Drawing Lewis Structures 1 Drawing Lewis Structures 2 Resonance Structures
Chapter 9 Metallic Bonding: Band Theory Molecular Orbital Diagrams of Homonuclear Diatomic Species Molecular Fluxionality Molecular Orbital Theory Predicting Paramagnetism in Molecules Chapter Organic Addition Reactions of Alkenes Nomenclature of Alkanes
Chapter 10 Distribution of Molecular Speeds Gas Density The Ideal Gas Law Kinetic Molecular Theory
Chapter 11 Boiling Points of Simple Organic Compounds The Classium-Clapyron Equation Vapor Pressure of Liquids Vapor Pressure
Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Concentration Dependence of Reaction Rates Determining The Rate Equation: Graphical Method Reaction Coordinate Diagrams Temperature Dependence of Reaction Rates The Arrheius Equation
Chapter 15 Chromatography and Equilibrium Disturbing a Chemical Equilibrium Equilibria and Volume The Meaning of the Equilibrium Constant Equilibrium Constant Expressions Equilibrium Expressions The Equilibrium State
Chapter 16 Acid-Base Properties of Water Acid-Base Reactions Hydrolysis The pH Scale
Chapter 17 Buffer Solutions The Common Ion Effect Common Ion Effect in Acid-Base Systems pH of Buffer Solutions Precipitation Reaction Systems Preparing Buffer Solutions Solubility and pH Solubility Product Constant pH Titration Curves
Chapter 18 Free Energy and Temperature The Second Law of Thermodynamics Thermodynamics and the Equilibrium Constant
Chapter 19 Standard Potentials
Chapter 20 Binding Energy Radioactive Decay Stability of Isotopes